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Poster: hippie64 Date: Jan 29, 2010 5:55pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: David Nelson Band (non-dead)

Very,very nice. Thank you

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Poster: SkyDawg Date: Feb 1, 2010 1:57am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: David Nelson Band (non-dead)

Wow! I just finished seeing the last show by the DNB on this annual tour.. I saw two of them and I must say that these were two of the best shows I have ever been to.. Ever! That covers many years. For SURE This band is hot!


The first show I saw was a tour party show on the beach. It lasted over five hours with four sets! They had David Gans along and he sang a great set, and after that it was just an amazing afternoon/evening. There was also Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum playing some great bluegrass and C&W. After that there was the Brown Chicken Brown Cow String Band playing along with Gans & the DNB! Here is the set list:

01/28/10 (Thu) Kalanikai Bar & Grill - Keauhou, HI
Set 1: "David Gans Solo", Cassidy's Cat > An American Family, Waltzing Across Texas, High Guy, "David Gans,Barry Sless,Mookie Siegel,Pete Sears,Joe Chirco", Sultans Of Swing, The Lonesome Fugitive, Down To Seeds & Stems Again, Let It Rock,

Set 2: "DNB w/ Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum", Dark Hollow, Freight Train Boogie, In The Pines,Close Up The Honky Tonks, Texas Blue Bonnets, Hippie From Hawaii w/ David Gans, Mind Your Own Business,

Set 3: Set 3, "Brown Chicken Brown Cow String Band", Moonlight Waltz, Cool Breeze, Lil' Sunday, Bees Making Honey > Sweet Georgia Brown, Salt Creek, Irish Medley, Instr, -, Set 4, "DNB w/ David Gans", You're Still On My Mind, Crazy Crazy Crazy, Lazy River Road, "DNB w/ Brown Chicken Brown Cow", Rakish Paddy > Friend Of The Devil, Spike Driver Blues, Fire Tease > Sitting In Limbo, Rocky Road Blues, E: Ballad Of Casey Jones,

This set list is courtesy of the band's web sight, but somewhere in there they also played "The Ballad Of Frankie Lee & Judas Priest". This was a very long, loose and high show.. maybe their list could have missed one or two songs..

Tonight's performance was just off the hook too! It was loud, long, and spacey! What a great band!! David Gans did a solo opening set, and Brown Chicken Brown Cow also did a set. Both were excellent! Tonight's DNB set list was:

01/30/10 (Sat) Royal Gardens Luau Grounds - Keauhou, HI
Set 1: Fable Of A Chosen One > Down The Middle > Sweet Melinda > Diamond Joe, Louis Collins, Any Naked Eye > Every Grain Of Sand > Any Naked Eye,

Set 2: Hand Jive > Different World > Cut & Run > Wicked Messenger > Fable Of A Chosen One > Kick In The Head, E: Ripple > (W/BCBC & David Gans), Box Of Rain (W/ David Gans)

Lineup: David Nelson ~ Mookie Siegel ~ Barry Sless ~ Pete Sears ~ Joe Chirco . Special guests: David Gans , Brown Chicken Brown Cow String Band.

Amazing show!! The Box Of Rain encore was probably inspired by a very light rain that came down earlier during Cut & Run>Wicked Messenger and ended... what a great night! Again, the set list above was provided by setlist.com and is incomplete. Somewhere in there they also played "Long Gone Sam" and the show also featured a huge "Other One" tease before going into whatever jam they were playing. Mind blowing!
The DNB sound so much like the Grateful Dead at times that all I can do is smile, knowing this wonderful music lives on! Thank you David Nelson, and your wonderful band for a real good time!


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Poster: hippie64 Date: Jan 31, 2010 5:41am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: David Nelson Band (non-dead)

The jams offered in Fable and Wicked Messenger on 12-19 left no doubt in my mind that Garcias spirit is alive and well and in the capable hands of David Nelson ,(and Gans.)
I haven't seen the DND since 98 when he shared a bill w/ Zero and The Zen Tricksters and it was great but not the boogie explosion he laid out on 12/19/09 ( different guitarist maybe?).
Whatever it is (was), your suggestion was a magical listening experience for me, sorta like having my GD fuel tank topped off for a roadtrip to points as yet unknown, and w/ DNB in the tape deck I know I'll be enjoying the ride.
Aloha SkyDawg ! peace.

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Poster: SkyDawg Date: Feb 1, 2010 2:06am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: David Nelson Band (non-dead)

If you enjoyed the jams in Fable and Wicked Messenger then check out this clip of them when they played here two years ago with Billy Kreutzmann on drums for the Hawaii shows. This band is awesome!
There is no different guitarists though. It's still David Nelson on rhythm and Barry Sless on lead guitar and pedal steel. Pete Sears on bass & vocals, Mookie Siegel on keys and vocals and usually John Molo on drums. For this vacation tour Joe Chirco was on drums. Two years ago Billy Kreutzmann played drums on the Hawaii leg.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GK6GMN6C0c

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Poster: hippie64 Date: Feb 1, 2010 4:29am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: David Nelson Band (non-dead)

Ain't that a kick in the head,